Spartak Moscow are set to make a €10 million bid for Fenerbahce’s striker Emmanuel Emenike according to Eurosport TR.
The report goes on to state that Emenike would however prefer a move to the Premier League rather than return to Russia.
Emenike has been heavily criticised by Fenerbahçe fans due to only scoring four goals all season.
The Nigerian international was booed by his own fans in the derby against Besiktas on the weekend. The 28-year-old took off his shirt and walked off the field in protest but later returned to the game.
Emenike was given permission to go on holiday after the incident but has since returned to Turkey.
Tottenham have been linked with Emenike recently and football agent Erdem Konyar confirmed that Spurs were interested in the summer.
“I personally have not entered talks with Tottenham yet,” Konyar told Radyospor.
“However, if Fenerbahçe give us permission we could enter negotiations.” Meanwhile Emenike is expected to be dropped to the bench for Fenerbahce’s game against Caykur Rizespor this weekend.
Accroding to Eurosport TR, Fenerbahce manager Ismail Kartal will start with the experienced Cameroon striker Pierre Webo upfront with Emenike dropping back to the bench.